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The Gackle Republican - Marriages


24 JAN 1913 - "Heitz-Schlenker
At noon Thursday, Jan. 23, occurred the wedding of Miss Lizzie Heitz to Julius Schlenker at the Congregational church, Rev. Theo. Pfenning officiating.
   The bride was attired in grey and was attended by Miss Mary Geiszler, wearing dark blue, and Miss Christina Roth, dressed in green.
   The groom wore the conventional black and was attended by Messrs. Willie Schlenker and Oscar Fode.
After the wedding ceremony the bridal party and guest drove to the bride's home, one-half mile south-eat of Gackle, where a delightful wedding feast was spread.
   The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Heitz and grew to young womanhood here.
   The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schlenker, living south of town, and is an energetic young man.
   The out-of-town guests were: Fred Schuller, Mr. and Mrs. John Hertel and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kercher, all of Jamestown. Mrs. Kercher was formerly Miss Rosa Schuller of this place.
   The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Schlenker wish them success and happiness thru their married life.

4 APR 1913
Fred Fall and Mrs. Tomberi were quietly married Thursday of last week. We join in extending congratulations.

30 MAY 1913 - "Williams-Montgomery"
  On Wednesday, at the chambers of the county court, occurred the marriage of Mr. Tully Williams of this county and Miss Abie L. Montgomery of Wishek, Judge Bryant performing the ceremony.
   Mr. Williams has been a resident of this county for several years and has a wide circle of warm friends here who will congratulate him upon learning of this happy event and join the Homestead with offers of best wishes for a long and happy married life.
   We do not know the bride but that Tully has made the choice we rest assured that she is the cultured and companionable person we feel that he would choose, and welcome her as a resident of the county. --Napoleon Homestead.

20 JUN 1913 - "F. W. Feska Married"
Frank Feska and Miss Matilda Draeger Married at Jud Tuesday
Frank Feska and Miss Matilda Draeger were quietly married at Jud Tuesday morning about 10 o'clock, Rev. Hummel officiating.
The bride has been in Finn school district for a number of years and made many friends during her residence in this community.
The groom is a prosperous farmer southeast of this place and is well known to the people of this community. He has many friends here who are not surprised of hearing of the happy event.
The new married couple will visit at their former home at Webster, S.D., for a while and from there to Alberta, Canada, where a sister of the bride resides. They expect to be away about two weeks.
The Republican and their friends here wish them much happiness and success during their journey through life.

8 AUG 1913
Miss Anna Erickson and Oscar Bakkila were united in marriage at Ellendale Monday of this week. We so not know the particulars but we do know that Oscar should have advised some one here of the event but nevertheless we'll all get even with him when he don't expect it. But, for all of that we extend hearty congratulations to Oscar and his bride.

22 AUG 1913
Miss Caroline Bieber and Christian Roth were united in marriage at Jamestown last Saturday. The bride's brother, Abraham took the happy couple across in the car and after the ceremony they enjoyed the sights at the carnival, returning home Sunday. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bieber and has grown to young womanhood here. The groom is the son of John Roth, a prosperous farmer living west of town. The many friends of the young couple wish them the best success. Mr. and Mrs. Roth expect to leave in the near future for Montana to make their home.

26 SEP 1913
Mr. Hieb rather surprised his many Kulm friends by returning today with a Mrs. Hieb. We expect to give a detailed account of the affair next week -- Kulm Messenger.

19 DEC 1913   - "DOUBLE WEDDING" - 
Brothers and Sisters of Neumann and Schmidt Families Marry
Last Thursday at 11 o'clock at the Baptist Church near the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schmidt about six miles northwest of Gackle, occurred the marriage of Miss Helen Schmidt to E. F. (Fred) Neumann, and Miss Amelia Neumann to Theodore Schmidt. Rev. Herman Schmied of the Gackle Baptist Church, saying the words that joined them in the holy bonds of matrimony.
    Those who stood up were Regina Kraft of Streeter and Arthur, a brother of E. R. Neuman and Mollie, a sister of the Neumans and John Miller.
    The crowd to witness the ceremony was large and many outside of Gackle came from Streeter, Dawson and other points.
    The presents were many and beautiful and were given in a spirit that should make them happy.
    The editor's family regret that they could not have attended but we with a host of other friends join in wishing them a happy and prosperous journey through live.

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